The Miller Writing Center (MWC) offers face-to-face and online appointments for current Auburn University students, faculty, and staff. Clients can make up to two appointments per week (Monday through Sunday). Appointments start on the hour and last up to 50 minutes.
Appointments are offered online and face-to-face on the second floor of the RBD Library. Clients who make face-to-face appointments are expected to follow established health and safety guidelines.
The MWC uses WCONLINE to schedule and all appointments. Access to WCONLINE is available through AU Access. Once you log into AU Access, click on the MWC icon. Depending on your role, this may be located under “My Academics,” “Employees,” or “My Campus.” Please see below for step-by-step scheduling instructions.
All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to visit the Miller Writing Center (MWC). Please note the following policies and guidelines:
- You can make up to two appointments per week (Monday through Sunday). To ensure consultants receive a break between sessions, appointments may be scheduled on the same day, but not back-to-back.
- Appointments start on the hour and last up to 50 minutes.
- Walk-in sessions are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and depend on availability.
- Due to the collaborative nature of the sessions, you will only be able to work on your own writing projects, not work that was written by another person. For collaborative or group projects, only one member of the group must be present during the appointment, although the entire group is encouraged to attend if schedules permit.
- You must use your own account to schedule appointments. Appointments made using another person’s account will be canceled.
- You may cancel up until your appointment start time. If you are more than 15 minutes late, your appointment will be marked as a no-show.
- If you miss three appointments, you will be blocked from using the MWC until you email Annie Small at email@example.com.
- MWC staff may reschedule or cancel appointments due to inclement weather, illness, or other unforeseen circumstances.
- Instructors and advisors are not informed when you use the MWC. You will receive a session report after each visit, which you can forward to others if you wish.
- If you have accommodations through the Office of Accessibility, you may contact University Writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or (334) 844-7475 to discuss how your accommodations apply to the MWC.
Clients with questions about these policies/guidelines may contact the MWC Front Desk or email email@example.com.